Magrath is an amazing place to call home, to come visit, and to be a part of forever. I had the opportunity to read many citizens histories. These histories varied, male, female, different ethnicities, backgrounds and stories, but they all had something in common. They were all apart of Magrath from the very begining. The dirt roads ( which still exist in some places) the potholes (once again that still exist)...the beggining of Main Street, Sports, Schools, friends, socializing, dancing, building growing, everything. The memories are precious and my hat goes off to the museum, doing a wonderful job preserving those memories.
When I first started working here I was asked to introduce myself. I reflected on the fact I did not grow up here, but I always felt like I did. I would spend a few months every year here. It was where my parents were raised and have recently moved back. The magic of Magrath is that it always feel like home. I am glad that after studying it through adn through for the last 4 months I still feel that way. I am grateful for the citizens past and present that make it the magical place that is.
Thank you for everything Magrath and keep making history!
-Cori-Jo Cook Frogley-